• September 24, 2020

Topics : Saints

Letter From St Paul to the People of Malta

St Paul wrote many letters to Churches he founded or visited which we can find in the Bible. Jokingly it is said that to the Church in Malta which he founded after being shipwrecked in Malta (Acts 28: 1-10) he did not even send a card. In this imaginary letter compiled from St Paul’s own […]Read More

Who Are Saints?

The word “saint” refers to all those persons who when they were alive, tried to live a holy life, meaning, a person who tried to love in some way or another. Saints were normal people just like us. This could be by being kind, gentle, merciful, listening, wise, joyful, peaceful, faithful or hardworking towards the needs […]Read More

Pope Francis’ Quotes About Saints

POPE FRANCIS’ QUOTES ABOUT SAINTS 1. Saints Are Not Superman “The saints are not superman, nor were they born perfect. They are like us, like each one of us. They are people who, before reaching the glory of heaven, lived normal lives with joys and sorrows, struggles and hopes. What changed their lives? When they […]Read More

Maria Teresa Spinelli – Her Life Story

Maria Teresa Spinelli was an Italian woman who journeyed from a separated woman to a head of school. She became foundress of the Congregation of Augustinian Sisters, Servants of Jesus and Mary. In October 2016, Pope Francis advanced the cause of sainthood. He remarked that Maria Teresa Spinelli lived a life of heroic virtues and declared her “venerable”. […]Read More

"I Lived With Mother Teresa" – Mother Teresa Personality Traits

This article brings out Mother Teresa’s  personality traits. This is an interview with Jesuit Fr Paul Chetcuti who lived with Mother Teresa for five months working in Mother Teresa’s homes run by the Missionaries of Charity and at the Sisters Mother House. Mother Teresa’s ministry arrived at a critical moment in Calcutta’s history, in the late 1940s, when […]Read More

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